Articles Tagged ‘Orlando Sanford’
For a sixth year running, airports across the US have been revelling in their wins in this year’s anna.aero US ANNIES Awards. Take a closer look to see which airports across the nation’s 50 states have won big this time around.
Allegiant Air has a rival in Spirit Airlines as the fastest-growing US carrier. But which other carriers reported double-digit growth in Q1? How many airlines reported fuller aircraft in March? And which recently announced new route did anna.aero predict back in August 2010?
Four new routes launched this week means that Allegiant will serve Orlando Sanford from some 40 destinations this summer. On which days of the week does the airline choose to fly considerably less, and which routes are served with between two and five weekly flights in March?
At last the good news!!! Four airlines and seven airports win prizes in the 2011 anna.aero US ANNIE awards. Remember, all our awards are based on science, statistics and evidence rather than people’s opinions (and votes). These network development-related awards give recognition to real number-based achievement for the Airline With the Most New Airports through […]
Orlando in Florida is blessed with two airports but the smaller airport suffered last year when Allegiant moved some flights to the bigger airport. Now they’re back and the airport expects traffic to grow considerably. In what year did international flights peak and what role do UK charter airlines play?
Analysis of air fares at US airports reveals Florida airports are good value; Continental’s hubs rather expensive
The US DOT Office of Aviation Analysis publishes lots of data on fares at US airports. We take a closer look and see at which airports fares are lowest and highest in three different size categories. Huntsville, take a bow.
Allegiant dominates two of its four Florida ‘focus cities’; capacity control means year-round high load factors
Half of Allegiant’s ‘focus cities’ are in Florida, but which have the largest route offering? And which month only sees a fifth of the passenger numbers seen during high season?
Apparently Allegiant Air doesn’t like being written about. Sorry guys, but your network development is much too interesting for us to ignore. We provide a handy file summarising the airline’s 130 routes serving 70 airports this summer including Los Angeles.